1. Georgia Beach


    from Hayley Watters / Added

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    Model: Georgia Camera: Gh4 Lens: Voigtlander 25mm + Variable ND filter, Pentax 55mm Profile: Vivid Music: Miss you by snowflakes_loveshadow

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    • Syrp Variable ND Filter.


      from Syrp / Added

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      The Syrp Variable ND Filter kit is your essential DSLR film-making and photography tool. Made with high-quality Japanese glass, each kit comes with a genuine leather case, two lens adaptor rings and a lens cloth. Create a creamy bokeh effect in your films or shoot glassy lakes and waterfalls for photography and time-lapse. They kits start from $139 for the small kit and $189 for the large kit. Visit www.syrp.co.nz for more.

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      • Sony AS100V 1080 30fps .6ND 2 stop filter


        from Jason Imamura / Added

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        Testing ND filter on my Sony AS100V. Filter is a .6 or 2 stop, shooting at 1080 30fps, color set to neutral, steadyshot on.

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        • Ashley and Nick // By my side


          from Whitespace Films, LLC / Added

          595 Plays / / 14 Comments

          Ashley and Nick love to travel. They've been all over the world together, and for the last 10 years, have been side by side more than they've been apart, and it shows. They're comfortable with each other, calm, and always looking forward to the next adventure they'll face together. I think they are going to have a fantastic, energetic, fulfilling life together. Cheers! Stuff I used: Sony a7s (Me, main camera) Canon C100 (Second Shooter) 5DMIII (Third Shooter, for a couple shots) A variety of Canon and third-party lenses including Tamron, Sigma, and Rokinon. Tripods, monopods, and Glidecam were used. I also have had the opportunity to be testing out a variable ND filter made by Syrp, which they very graciously let me use for three weddings. Once they are all wrapped up and I have footage to show, I'll be writing up a review, but for the time being, I have to say that I like it! There are a couple quirks, such as the filter not having actual numbers to show the power of filtration being used, instead using lines (e.g. "III" is for 3 stops. "IIIIII" is for six stops, and so on.) It also doesn't have hard stops for the lowest and highest filtration, so instead you have to actually look at the filter to see if you are at the lowest, or highest setting. However, as far as image quality goes, I haven't noticed any lack of sharpness and little, if any, color shift. In fact, since only one of my lenses doesn't have the correct filter thread size, I had the filter on for probably about 70% of this video, and it didn't make it any more difficult to grade. As I said, there will me more info to come. :) Edited in Premiere Pro CC 2014 Graded in Davinci Resolve 11 Lite Exported as ProResLT for upload

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          • Another Test


            from Mallory Curtis / Added

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            got some new camera gear and trying out Adobe Premier Pro CC

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            • Phantom 2 Flight


              from Russel Ditablan / Added

              1,521 Plays / / 14 Comments

              H3-3D Gimbal GoPro Hero 4 Black Protune ISO 400 Limit EV -0.5 Soft Flat Color WB Native SRP Blurfix Air Filter CP/ND Filter

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              • HOLIDAY ON HORSEBACK (Banff National Park Aerial Tour)


                from Christiaan Welzel / Added

                18K Plays / / 27 Comments

                For more Travel, Adventures and Aerials, please visit my channel http://bit.ly/1yaIGah Riding on horseback for 5 memorable days, we travelled through the majestic back country in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. My wife and I joined Banff Trail Riders (www.horseback.com) and filmed the journey from the sky. We rode through the Sundance valley and stopped nightly at rustic cabins along the way... The highlight of the journey was an ascent up to Allenby Pass at nearly 8100 feet. I never thought I'd be riding a horse up the side of a mountain and the memory will last a lifetime. Please follow me if you're interested in this type of aerial portraiture. For more aerial adventures, check out EARTH PORN VOLUME 2: http://bit.ly/1xtB42n DJI PHANTOM 2 QUADCOPTER ZENMUSE H3-3D GIMBAL GOPRO HERO3+ POLAR PRO ND FILTER Thanks to Discover Banff Tours, Banff Trail Riders & Parks Canada for making this video possible Enjoy, Christiaan Welzel

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                • Contae Chiarraí, Éire


                  from Pilothouse Films / Added

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                  Filmed in County Kerry, Ireland. Locations include Muckross Abbey, Muckross House, Ross Castle, and the Dingle Peninsula. Camera: T3i with Magic Lantern Lens: Tamron 17-50mm with variable ND fader filter Slider: Konova k2, 60cm Music: "The Everlasting Itch For Things Remote" by Gillicuddy (http://www.gillicuddy.com) Most shots filmed with Cinestyle flat color profile from Technicolor. Edited in Premiere Pro. Color corrected and graded (with varying levels of success) in After Effects with a little help from Magic Bullet Looks on some shots.

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                  • Porto Torres


                    from Conor Murfi / Added

                    Shot in Sardinia 2014. Girl: Gloria Capra

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                    • GBTimelapse Slave/TB3-Rhino Holy Grail Demo


                      from Granite Bay Software / Added

                      227 Plays / / 4 Comments

                      Demonstrates a Holy Grail sunset using GBTimelapse and a three-axis TB3 and Rhino slider combination

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